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Travel Blogs from Zürich
Zurich is Switzerland's largest city with a metropolitan population of about 2 million. For a city this size it is suprrisingly easy to get around. On arrival at Hauptbahnhof (Main train station) I head out the Bahnhofstass exit and find myself on one mile shopping street at 11am on a holiday Friday. The street is alive with well-heeled shoppers - …
Woke up to sun but a much cooler temperature than we have been having...my tootsies were freezing...only problem is that when we left the UK I hadn't thought about coming back at the end of September when it would probably be cooler, and I only took my flip flops!... You still wearing yours chicken? Left this lovely site and set off towards Ottenbach, our second stop in Switzerland. Haven't got to travel too far today. To get ...
... push the argument for quality at the expense of quantity? We’ll find out shortly I think.
Gratitude and Thanks!
It is almost more the case of having to finish the run, rather than wanting to complete it.
And I have to say, the fact that so many people out there have supported The Run with sponsorship, financial support, encouragement, advice, whip cracking, physio, creams, sprays, gels, bandages, supports, trusses, emails, blog comments and ...
... we can check out if there are party survivors.
- The Adventurists' Mongol Rally Official Site 2013: http://www.theadventurists.com/the-adve ntures/mongol-rally/
- Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mongol_Ral ly
- Joe Sabia's "How I Drove from UK to Mongolia in a ****** Car" (2009): http://www.joesabia.co/mongolia.html
... edge of the lake or river enjoying the views and amazing weather (it was 78 degrees and sunny!). Today was also dedicated as our day to visit a pharmacy in Switzerland to learn a little about the pharmacy profession from a local pharmacist. I stopped at the Odeon Apotheke on Bellevueplat street. A few of the things I found interesting were that even though the stores were extremely busy (with only one pharmacist on staff at most times!) they spent a ...